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Carter Burden Joins NYSIA Board

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Logicworks CEO to Help Board Expand Development and Education in New York

NEW YORK, NY — April 10, 2007 — Logicworks, a provider of enterprise-level managed services and hosting solutions to support business-critical applications, today announced that Carter Burden, CEO and president, has been elected to the New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA) Board.

NYSIA is the leading trade association for software, information technology, and Internet companies in the New York City greater metropolitan area. The organization works to expand and promote the software development and IT industry in the greater metropolitan area. NYSIA manages an extensive educational event schedule, sponsors a wide variety of economic development programs aimed at assisting member companies, and plays an integral role in software industry legislation.
“Carter Burden was a Silicon Alley pioneer and continues to innovate as the CEO of Logicworks,” said Bruce E. Bernstein, President of NYSIA. “In addition, he has a broad-minded view of the issues facing New York City’s high-tech industries, and a commitment to high-tech economic development in NYC. For all of these reasons, he makes a great addition to the NYSIA Board of Directors.”
Founded in 1993 by Carter Burden, Logicworks provides enterprise-level managed services and hosting solutions to support all types of complex, business-critical applications. Start-ups, small and medium-sized businesses, as well as departments within large organizations utilize Logicworks to leverage IT to manage and automate an array of operations. From internal applications such as ERP and CRM solutions to externally-facing software as a service (SaaS) business models, Logicworks helps clients maintain their competitive edge, empower employees, reinforce customer relationships, and keep pace with growth.

“I am excited to leverage my technology insight and market knowledge for an organization with complementary philosophies of Logicworks. It is my honor to become a key part of an organization committed to expanding technology development and education within the greater metropolitan area,” said Carter Burden, CEO of Logicworks.

About Logicworks
Founded in 1993, Logicworks provides enterprise-level managed services and hosting solutions to support all types of complex, business-critical applications in need of continuous uptime. From internal applications such as ERP and CRM solutions, to externally-facing Software as a Service (SaaS) and Application Service Provider (ASP) business models, Logicworks helps clients gain a competitive edge, empower employees, reinforce customer relationships, and keep pace with growth. Through its Enterprise Managed Hosting and Managed Database Hosting Service, Logicworks offers unmatched technology expertise and experience to help align IT with business needs. With its proprietary LogicOps application that manages all aspects of technology deployments, Logicworks is uniquely positioned to deliver value-added service and support. Clients include Court TV, US Robotics, Brown, Harris, Stevens/Halstead.com, Starwood Hotels, and DailyCandy, among others. For additional information, visit www.logicworks.net.

About NYSIA
NYSIA is the leading trade association for software, information technology, and Web development companies in the New York City area. The organization works to expand the software development and IT industry in the metropolitan area. NYSIA manages an extensive educational event schedule, hosts the yearly New York Software Summit, sponsors a wide variety of economic development programs aimed at assisting member companies, and carries out legislative work on behalf of the software industry.

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